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Celeb recommends: Dil Bekaraar director Habib Faisal lists his favourite recent films and TV shows

Here is a collection of films and TV shows that Dil Bekaraar director Habib Faisal recently streamed online.

Devki Nehra
Nov 23, 2021

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Screenwriter and filmmaker Habib Faisal is all set to present his latest directorial Dil Bekaraar, an adaptation of Anuja Chauhan's bestselling book The Pricey Thakur Girls. Faisal is known for films like Do Dooni Chaar (2010), Band Baaja Baaraat (2010), and Ishaqzaade (2012). Before Dil Bekaraar hits Disney+ Hotstar on November 26, he sat down for a conversation with OTTPlay to discuss the show. He also listed down films he recently caught up with. Read on for more:

7.8OTTplay Rating
An adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth, the Malayalam crime drama stars Fahadh Faasil in the titular role. The story revolves around three brothers living in the midst of a large plantation in the Kerala countryside. Read the review here.
Kumbalangi Nights
8.8OTTplay Rating
This Malayalam drama, written by Syam Pushkaran, follows a dysfunctional family of four who eventually find their way back to each other. Kumbalangi Nights was honoured with a Kerala State Film Award and won Asianet Film Awards across different categories.
8.5OTTplay Rating
The Italian crime drama series, a fictionalised take on the international cocaine trade, is based on a book of the same name by Roberto Saviano.
Sudani from Nigeria
8.4OTTplay Rating
The Malayalam sports drama follows a Nigerian footballer who joins a football club in Kerala. The film won five awards at the 2018 Kerala State Film Awards, including Best Screenplay, Best Film with Popular Appeal and Aesthetic Value, Best Debut Director, Best Actor, and Best Character Actor (female).
8.1OTTplay Rating
The show follows Tokyo detective Kenzo Mori, who travels to London in search for his brother Yuto whom everyone had presumed dead after he attacked and killed a member of the Yakuza. Giri/Haji stands for "Duty/Shame" in Japanese.
8.2OTTplay Rating
Nayattu is about three cops framed by the very forces they work for. The film reflects on the issues that run deep in our country's system, and how political agenda usually abandons righteousness. Read the review here.

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